Fried Snickers(R) bars? Meat on a stick? What about bacon cookies? We have plenty of wacky food projects for you and the kids to tackle this weekend.
English muffin pizzas are the ultimate between-meal snack. Ready in minutes and always tasty.
A delicious twist on a classic candy bar! Serve with powdered sugar and whipped cream or vanilla ice cream. For an extra kick, drizzle chocolate syrup over the top. Enjoy!
Just like it sounds... a grilled sandwich with the classic peanut butter and jelly stuffings!
Basic marshmallow popcorn balls that use a pack of Kool-Aid(R) for color and flavor. Depending on the flavor used, they can be a little tangy. Kids love them!
This is a Popsicle(R) for grown men. An easy appetizer for your tailgating or man cave party.
Create your own pizza with this simple recipe for homemade pizza dough and simple toppings.
Look, ma, no oven! This pie for non-bakers is a cool, sugary summer dessert.
Crunchy French toast that guys from 8 to 80 will love, thanks to the addition of Cap'n Crunch cereal.
How did we live without Deep Fried Twinkies? And to think, they are a relatively recent invention. If you can't make it to the state fair, try making these at home. Inspired by FrostyFriday's "Fried Snickers Bars."
When you read the recipe and taste it, you'll know why I say it's for cheaters. Just combine a store-bought fruit cake with milk chocolate, form into balls, and chill.
This shortbread-style cookie isn't for Girl Scouts. Not much sweetness, just the thrill of bacon in every bite.
Chips, beef, and chili deep-fried into balls. Who's the hero of football Sunday? No matter how many points your running back gets, it's gonna be you if you made this amazing appetizer.
Tater tots, that staple of the school cafeteria, have graduated. Instead of a diploma, they get a bacon wrapping. Think of this as school lunch for adults.
The first time I had these cookies was for my aunt's wedding and I could not stop eating them. They have the perfect balance of peanut butter, chocolate, nuts, oats, and coconut. I hope everyone enjoys them as much as I do!
Always the most popular thing at our after-school care group, and they're easy to make.
Chocolate-covered peanut butter delight!! Great for kids. If you don't have a double boiler, just use a glass mixing bowl over a saucepan of boiling water.
These cookies have something for everyone, as they are a combination of chocolate chip, peanut butter, oatmeal, and M&M cookies. You can also add any other additions from the cookie aisle of the store: coconut, nuts, any other flavor chocolate chips, gummy bears... The ingredients are fairly easy to measure as most things take the whole box, but it all uses a lot of elbow grease to mix.
Have a treat on your camping trip -- these no bake cookies can be cooked on the grill or camp stove.
The magic of processed cheese gives you this tasty comfort food in just 15 minutes of cooking time.
They won't float, but these stuffed wiener boats will satisfy a football fan's hunger.